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World Bank Education Nov 25
The Global Program for Safer Schools & Education GP will hold the event “Designing Schools of the Future to Build Education Resilience post COVID-19” on Dec. 2. Join an inspiring session about the power of school infrastructure!
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World Bank Education Nov 24
WATCH --- Wednesday, Dec 2 | 9AM EDT as ministers & experts discuss the shifts in policies needed to realize the vision of learning for everyone, everywhere with joy, rigor and purpose.
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World Bank Education Nov 24
As students return to schools around the world, putting the focus back on learning will be critical & the process of assessing student learning will be key in ensuring learning continues to take place when students are back in the classroom.
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World Bank Education Nov 23
NEW 'Accelerator Program’ to help countries accelerate progress in building more equitable & resilient systems launched during a World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings event by in partnership with & .
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World Bank Education Nov 23
Suitable content customized to the needs of student, use of multiple channels + stakeholder engagement -- is how Gujarat is helping realize |s promise by assessing learning, acting on evidence & aligning actors towards learning.
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World Bank Education Nov 22
How can governments truly minimize related learning
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World Bank Education Nov 21
During a World Bank-IMF Annual Meetings event, in partnership with & launched new ‘Accelerator Program’ to help countries accelerate progress in building more equitable & resilient systems.
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World Bank Education Nov 20
Monday, Nov 23 | EST 11:00 am - 12:30 pm. Join & experts to discuss how govts & int organizatios try to ensure quality for all children. Zoom Link:
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Stephanie von Friedeburg Nov 20
1.5 billion children around the world have had their education disrupted by COVID-19. A new report outlines actions needed to avert a lost generation of children:
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Diego Luna-Bazaldua Nov 19
Join us next Tuesday!
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World Bank Education Nov 19
Globally, 693 million children (approximately 40% of the global student population) are still impacted by school closures due to in 67 countries. Our latest sector brief:
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World Bank Education Nov 19
Access, affordability and quality of early and childcare remain a challenge, while Sri Lanka has made significant investments in the sector.
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World Bank Education Nov 17
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World Bank Education Nov 16
: How to turn the tide on the impacts of on learning and earning in . 🇮🇩
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World Bank Education Nov 15
WEBINAR | November 17 | 10-11:00 am | ET. Connecting the dots: the European experience putting digital skills into action - discussion with team behind DigComp & case study, Ikanos project.
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World Bank Education Nov 12
Tackling inequality in calls for careful measurement and the use of measures sensitive to inequality changes. New blog by and Diana Goldemberg.
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World Bank Education Nov 12
November 24 | 9:00 AM EST -- Next webinar. Countries will share experiences implementing learning assessment initiatives as part of their school reopening process. will open the discussion.
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World Bank Education Nov 12
Join & experts as they discuss the efforts of governments and international organizations to ensure quality for all children, particularly in times of . Monday, Nov 23, 2020 | EST 11:00 am - 12:30 pm Zoom Link:
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World Bank Education Nov 11
How can governments truly minimize COVID-related learning losses?
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World Bank Education Nov 11
How can governments truly minimize COVID-related learning losses?
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